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This is why I did not want to work with you!
I forgot the work at home, again. Sorry.
But wait I have my half of the work. Don't be mad
Good morning, I hear your group is having some concerns. How can I help?
I am sorry, Frankie!
Ms. O, this project has taught us how to work together.
Thank you, I can tell you all about the work I did.
Mia, Frankie and Lizzie are working on a group project. Frankie keeps forgetting his part of the project at home. It angers Mia, a straight A student. Lizzie feels caught in the middle of Mia always being upset about the progress of their project.
Ms. O, intervenes because she sees Frankie is upset and Mia is frustrated. She takes the time to redirect the attention to the work that is completed instead of incomplete. She is modeling the calm behavior she would like to see them have.
Ms. O, was able to seamlessly redirect their attention to the completed work. Because of her calm demeanor, Mia was able to see she was overreacting towards Frankie.
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